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Meet the Graduates of the Meaning Makers Boot Camps at Wheaton College

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Meet the Wheaton College Graduates of the Meaning Makers Boot Camps from 2016 - 2018. They Make Meaning, Make Money, and moving the world to a better place.

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Meet the Graduates of the Meaning Makers Boot Camps at Wheaton College

  1. 1. Soheir Mobin ’20 – Our Story Service: Senior Citizen Story Telling Maxwell Heihsel ’19 – DG Manager Service: Disk Golf Course Mobile App Angel Bird ’20 – One Step Higher Service: Online Mental Health Support Community Molly Chen ‘20 – Sparkle Service: Career Mentorship for Chinese students Ian Kobelenz ‘20– Origin Air Clean Tech/Manufacturing: Waste Capture & Recycling Julia Doo ’20 – Genetigo Service: Biotech Career Awareness Khadeeja Muheto ’18 – Classroom Heroes Service: Educator Support and Recognition Rodney Rugamba ’19 – Shokola Solar CleanTech/Manufacturing: Solar Power in Africa Zara Salmon ’18 – Café Nefertiti Product: Farm to Table Micro-Greens for Healthy Living Drew Brodney ’20 – Coming Out of the Shell Service: Support programs for Special Education students & teachers Meet the Graduates of the 2018 Meaning Makers Boot Camp at Wheaton College
  2. 2. Claudine Humure ’17 – Ihumure Prosthetics Product: Affordable prosthetics for Rawanda Adaeze Anaebonam ’18 – Anaebonam Productions Service: Minority owned media company Amber-Marie Wright ’20 – Handheld Getaway Service: Online Mental Health Support Community Dami Olubusi ‘19 – Healthy Oils Product: Natural oils and perfumes Darshil Rathod ’19 – Polyac Labs Product: Create new fidget toys for students with learning disabilities Heather Rotman ‘18 – Resilient Minds Service: Program that supports victims of bullying and discrimination Joshua Alabre ’18 – Mind Body Spirit App: Running, Yoga, and Meditation application Gracie Callaghan ’19 – The Next Step Service: Create an online community for student activists Meet the Graduates of the 2017 Meaning Makers Boot Camp at Wheaton College
  3. 3. Mateo Espinosa ‘19 – Stress Less App: Helps people with anxiety disorder Mathew Wolrath ’20 – Coming Out of the Shell App: Internal communication platforms for businesses Nathaniel Chretien-Mansur ‘20 – Cruze Service: The Uber for college students Patrick Wang ‘20– Pure Inc App: Logistics App to optimize bus routes Rebecca Rosenzweig ‘19 – Egg Shells Service: Support Community for dysfunctional families Richard Davies ‘17 – RDBIII Service: Inspiring social change via Art Sol Martinez ‘19– Espacio de Vivir Service: Latino Community Center Sophia Hatzikos ’20 – ReImagineThis Product: Assistive reading device Enyu Wang ‘20 – Horizon Drone Delivery Manufacturing: Eco-friendly drone delivery service in China
  4. 4. Jenish Amatya ’17 – Connect Nepal Service: Bring wireless internet to schools in Nepal Katherine Mooney ‘17 – Mass Challenge Intern for Mass Challenge Caleb Wastler ‘17 – EZ Book App: Create a market for used text books in colleges Sara Petrangelo ‘17 – Mass Challenge Intern for Mass Challenge Omar Al-Mogahed ’18 – EZ Book App: Create a market for used text books in colleges Bailey Robinson ‘18 – EZ Book App: Create a market for used text books in colleges Antonio Laborihno Schwartz ’19 – Travlr App: Travel App for students Kyle McNicoll ’17 – Lids Product: Biodegradable Coffee Lids Meet the Graduates of the 2016 Meaning Makers Boot Camp at Wheaton College
  5. 5. Michael Sadowsky ‘18 – EZ Book App: Create a market for used text books in colleges Colby Bombero ’16 – Opportunity App: Career Assist Application Khaled Sharafaddin ’16 – EZ Book App: Create a market for used text books in colleges Sarah Alexander ’16 – Personal Dress App: App that aids with personal wardrobe selection Deen Naji ‘17 – Worlds Unknown Product: Board game that combats student isolation and depression Luke O’Neill ’18– Worlds Unknown Product: Board game that combats student isolation and depression

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